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You have HD-SDI on all your cameras? You have a desktop with HD's that deliver a sustained 200 MB/s transfer rate? You have a BM or AJA card to support HD-SDI installed?
If yes to all these questions, then it is possible.
For SD use OnLocation.
You could always take the analog output of most any camera and feed it to a DVD recorder.
We use Motu V3HD for real time, lots of options here.
I don't wish to hijack this thread, but I have to ask - Valera, how do you like the V3HD? I don't know anyone who uses it, and I've been interested in it for some time now.
Again, sorry - didn't mean to change to the topic...
If you want to go to MP4, and you're using as SD camera with some sort of analog output, you might try the Blackmagic Design Video Recorder. I haven't used it, but it seems like it might do want you want. You could also record in-camera and have a full-resolution, editable backup.
Best of all, it's only a little over 100 clams...
It's a great product. I like it.
Very stable and does exactly what it says.
We do live mixing High Def. with 3 cameras and HD mixer going mostly dvcpro hd and sometimes dvcpro 50.
I would highly recommend this product.
Just upgraded to v4hd.